Florida Surgeon General calls for mRNA COVID-19 vaccine use to be discontinued over DNA contamination hazards

The Florida State Surgeon General, Dr. Joseph Ladapo, has called for the use of mRNA COVID-19 vaccines to be stopped in light of concerns about possible plasmid DNA contamination.

In a post on X, the state’s top physician noted: “The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have always played it fast and loose with COVID-19 vaccine safety, but their failure to test for DNA integration with the human genome – as their own guidelines dictate – when the vaccines are known to be contaminated with foreign DNA is intolerable.”

His post on the social media platform provided a link to a bulletin explaining the rationale behind his call to put a halt to the use of mRNA vaccines. He also vowed to continue researching the dangers of the vaccines and keep Floridians updated on his findings.

He added: “As always, Florida will put scientific integrity and the safety of our citizens above profit-fueled agendas.”

Dr. Ladapo has been a vocal critic of many COVID-19 health measures

Dr. Ladapo has been vocal about his opposition to mask mandates, lockdowns and vaccine mandates. His latest move was prompted by a response he received from the FDA to a letter he sent them in December expressing his reservations about “the recent discovery of host cell DNA fragments within the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 mRNA vaccines.”

In October, a study was released that identified “plasmid DNA” in “significant levels” in the jabs, which is something the researchers thought could be connected to the adverse events so many people are experiencing from the vaccines.

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Dr. Ladapo pointed to guidance from the FDA itself back in 2007 that “DNA integration could theoretically impact a human’s oncogenes – the genes which can transform a healthy cell into a cancerous cell.”

He said the guidance explains how this type of DNA integration can impact numerous areas of the body, including the heart, brain, bone marrow, liver, kidneys, lymph nodes, male and female reproductive organs and blood.

In their reply to his concerns, the FDA did not supply data showing that any of the DNA integration assessments they have recommended were actually carried out. They provided a general statement expressing their confidence in the safety of the jabs but pointed to genotoxicity studies, which Dr. Ladapo said are not sufficient for determining the risk of DNA integration.

He suggested that non-mRNA COVID-19 vaccines and treatments were better choices for healthcare providers worried about the risks of COVID-19 in their patients before taking the opportunity to call on the FDA to carry out its official duties.

“It is my hope that, in regard to COVID-19, the FDA will one day seriously consider its regulatory responsibility to protect human health, including the integrity of the human genome,” he wrote.

Dr. Ladapo has clashed with the FDA and CDC numerous times

Dr. Ladapo, who was appointed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in 2021, has had disagreements with the FDA and CDC in the past. In March, they accused him of misleading the public about the side effects of COVID-19 vaccines after he drew attention to some of their adverse events. In September, he recommended that Florida residents under the age of 65 avoid the latest COVID-19 vaccines. He also drew the agencies’ ire when he recommended against giving healthy children the vaccines in 2022.

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According to CDC estimates, around 11 percent of adults and 6 percent of children in Florida have received the latest COVID-19 vaccines.

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